Now the cross-compiler and the Eclipse IDE for BeagleBoard have been set up on Windows 7 and we are going to write our first program, a classic
Hello World!, on the Eclipse IDE, build it to get an executable program, and then run it on the BeagleBoard.
Before we start typing code, we need to create a project so that we can easily manage the source files and configure the compilation options. Follow the steps to create your first C project:
helloworld). On the left panel of Project Type, select